• The Nude Nutritionist Lyndi Cohen is SunRice's health and wellness ambassador.
    The Nude Nutritionist Lyndi Cohen is SunRice's health and wellness ambassador.
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SunRice has announced the appointment of Lyndi Cohen as its new health and wellness ambassador.

Cohen is an Australian Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Nutritionist, and is also known as The Nude Nutritionist for her fad-free approach to healthy living. As part of the new role, she will help bring the health benefits of SunRice products to life with quick, easy and nutritious recipes.

“As part of our commitment to showcasing the naturally nutritious benefits of rice, we’re delighted to have Lyndi join the SunRice family," SunRice head of marketing Andrew Jeffrey said.

"As an accredited Australian dietitian, Lyndi will be working with us to help guide Australians in making nutritious choices for themselves and their families and showing Australians how versatile rice can be as part of a balanced diet.”

Cohen said, “I’m delighted to be working with SunRice in Australia. Rice is an incredibly versatile and delicious health food that’s a staple for many Australian’s – myself included.

“It is quick and easy to prepare, and is the perfect building block on which to create a huge variety of healthy, balanced and tasty meals. I’m looking forward to helping inspire people with simple nutritional recommendations and recipes.”

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